Read Tine’s article on spaces in the city where art, ideas, technology and people meet

What will the cities of the future look like? Will they encourage playful interaction – quirky, imaginative behaviour and flexibility – and thereby become spaces that allow mistakes and the unexpected? Or are we developing smart cities with visions of efficiency and safety above all? How can we ensure the human experience is at the centre of this development? In today’s always-on, digital automated world, I suggest that interactive playable art projects can contribute valuable information to debates about the design and implementation of increasingly smart environments, including cities’ (T. Bech, 2016)

Read Dr. Tine Bech article on spaces in the city where art, ideas, technology and people meet